Start your engines! The workplace sitcom American Auto is gearing up for the premiere of its second season on NBC and we’re incredibly excited!
For those who haven’t heard of it, American Auto follows a group of employees in the ‘Motor City’ of Detroit, Michigan. After the last member of a family-owned motor company retires, a pharmaceutical executive with little to no knowledge of the automotive industry has to lead a group of off-beat employees to auto sales victory.
The cast includes Ana Gasteyer (Dolly Parton’s Magic Mountain Christmas) as Katherine Hastings, Harriet Dyer (The INBetween) as Sadie Ryan, Jon Barinholtz (Superstore) as Wesley Payne, Tye White (Greenleaf) as Jack Fortin, Michael Benjamin Washington (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) as Cyrus Knight, Payne’s Chief Product Designer, Humphrey Ker as Elliot, and X Mayo (The Daily Show) as Dori, Hastings’ assistant.
Now that you know a little bit about the show and who’s in the cast, you’re probably wondering when and where you can watch the next episode. If so, read on the find out!
What time is American Auto tonight?
If you’re looking for a show to close out your evening, American Auto is the one to watch. Season 2 will premiere tonight at 8:30 p.m. ET/7:30 p.m. CT on NBC. Expect this time slot for the whole season too!
What to expect in the new episode
The second season premiere episode is titled “Crisis.” Viewers will see a new face at Payne Motors, prolific crisis manager Ian Osofsky portrayed by Eric Stonestreet (Modern Family).
Based on the trailer, it seems like the group of autoworkers are still “hard at work” and even though not a ton of information has been released about the rest of the episodes, do know that the premiere will kick off off a thirteen-episode season. New episodes will be available to stream on Peacock Premium a day after they air on NBC.
If you want to see a glimpse of the new season, watch the trailer below:
American Auto will premiere season 2 on Tuesday, Jan 24 at 8:30 p.m. ET/7:30 p.m. CT. Keep up to date with Hidden Remote for more American Auto news and coverage.